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Topic - Claudene Christian
The Coast Guard used ships and airplanes to search the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday for the captain of the HMS Bounty, which went down during Hurricane Sandy.
The Coast Guard says it has found one of the missing crew members of a tall ship that went down off the North Carolina coast, but she is unresponsive.
The search through the night for the captain encompassed 1,300 square miles, aided by a Miami-based plane with night-vision capability, he said.